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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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22 QalttbUffl Register-Mall. Galesbura, III, Wed., July 24, 1963 Legion Post In Biggsville Picks Of f iters MGGSViLU! _ The American wgtoft and AtDtiUary family potluck «ipp#f was held at the Le- gton Hall July 15. The commander, James Hig- Bight, called the Legion meeting to order. The chaplain, Roy Whiteman, offered the opening prayer. A report on Sponsorship of a baseball team was given by William Whiteman, chairman. Announcement was made of the department convention in Chicago July 31-Aug. 4; national conven tion at Miami Beach, Fla., Sept Chairman of the nominating Committee, Charles R h o a d e s, gave the following report: Commander, George (Jack) Brokaw; senior vice commander, William Whiteman; junior vice commander, Edward Brill; chaplain, Roy Whiteman; finance officer, Kenneth Stevenson; sergeant-at-arms, Jesse Higbee. This slate of officers for 1963-64 was elected and will be installed later. Auxiliary Meets In the Women's Auxiliary meeting, Mrs. Inez Dixon, vice president, announced $42.91 had been realized from the breakfast and sale of cook books and been turn ed over to sponsors of the Warren County Achievement School program. Three hundred pounds of used clothing had been sent in the two shipments to "Save the Children Federation" at Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs. Dixon had received a "Thank You" card for came. The auxiliary received a certificate of recognition from department for the 9-point program and one for membership. Members were reminded of the Bloodmobile visit July 31 at Oquawka, and in October it will be in Biggsville. Election and installation of new officers will be at the September meeting. Club Honors Couple at Biggsville BIGGSVILLE-The club, of which Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ravv- houser are members, arrived at their home unannounced and helped them observe their 25th wedding anniversary, taking with them a decorated cake and homemade ice cream. The Rawhousers were dinner guests at the Ire's Courts, Mount Pleasant, Iowa, when Mrs. Mabel Mudd and Pete Jensen entertained in their honor. Biggsville Briefs . Rev. and Mrs. James McClelland and son Ricky, called on friends in this community Friday. The McClelland family now reside at Gibsonia, Pa. He is a former pastor of the Biggsville United Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spick- nail and daughters spent the past week in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Berresford. They returned to Liberty, Mo., Saturday. Miss Jane Berresford is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Allen at Springfield for a few days. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cechran have been her nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Carwile Jr. and son of McKinney, Tex. Mrs. Lelan Payne, Leann and Greg of Morton returned Saturday to their home after a visit with her mother and brother, Mrs. James Nelson and James. They also visited her sister, Mrs. Robert Curtiss and Pam. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gibson, Norfolk, Va., are visiting his parents. Mi. and Mrs. John Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ericson and ihree daugters of Evauston are guests of her mother, Mrs. A. W. Pearson and brother, Wayne Pearson, Mrs. Pearson and Kenneth. Other guests in the Pearson home Friday were Mr. $nd Mrs. Raymond Pearson and children of Monmouth. Mr. end Mrs. Darrell Elsen returned to their home in Vicksburg, Miss., after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rawhouser and brother Dale. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curtiss and Pam, with their mothers, Mrs. IJllian Curtiss and Mrs. James Nelson, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Peterson of Stronghurst and uncles, John Curtiss and James Nelson, attended a picnic at Crapo Park, Burlington. This wass to honor the birthday of Pam Curtiss, who received many gifts. Want a savory gravy for that beef stew? Add a little catchup tad Worcestershire sauce. Trying to Park In a Park NASHVILLE, Tenn. (API-It's often an exasperating job nowadays to find a parking place. But imagine the plight of a helicopter pilot who couldn't find a big city park. And his boss was along- late for a speech. The helicopter was transporting Maj. Gen. Harry H. Critz, commanding officer of Ft. Campbell, Ky., to an address at Van- derbilt University. But the pilot couldn't find Nashville's Centennial Park. To make it more embarrassing, the park is spread over 134 acres. The poor pilot couldn't drop into the nearest service station and ask directions. So he just circled around until someone sent up a flare to lead him in. Kitchen know-how: grease the pan for baking powder biscuits. READ THE WANT ADS! Sharpened Mis Razor rtAKf*fift, Te*. (Af>) - This West Texas city's only barber shop is Usually closed on Mondays, but Roy Roberts, the owner, found he had a very brisk business the day after prizes were awarded in a beard growing contest. Nearly 100 men participated in the contest and some had been letting their beards grow for eight of nine months. Roberts had planned to shave himself and no one else when he opened his shop at 5:30 a.m., but he worked all day. It took about 45 minutes to shave one man whose beard had been growing a year. At the end of the" day Roberts had accumulated a bushel basket of hair. He said he got good tips; one man had. give him $5 extra for his shave. Ever add grated carrot to potato salad? Looks pretty and tastes good. Steamboat Smog LOUISVILLE, Ky. CAP) - The Belle of Louisville, a county-owned steamboat purchased tot d museum and recreation facility on the Ohio RiVeP, got into troll* ble with the Aff Pollution Control Board. Engineers said the Belle gave Off dense black smoke, probably because of old equipment and the use of too much oil. A change in *he power system solved the problem. PROBLEMS Or A PIKSONAL NATUAIr* WHITt tO OAIISBUIO'S OWN Penny for Votif thoughts tppear every Tuesday A rrhfa; RED& WHITE FOOD Build Summer Meals Around Chicken Government Inspected Whole \FRYERS?9 II Our Value Brand I SLICED BACON 49c CHUCK ROAST lb. 49c CUBE STEAK Red & White Brand Early June Peas 2 "ans Gold Label Mashed Instant Potatoes 19c 8-oz. Pkg. 1 # V Instant Folger's Coffee 79c 6 -oz. Jar f #V LaChoy Chow Mein NOODLES 2 Z 25' LaChoy SOY SAUCE Bottle |3 LaChoy Meatless CHOP SUEY £ 29* Dinty Moore BEEF STEW 24 oz. Can 43 JUST ARRIVED Red Ripe TOMATOES Swiss Miss Apple, Cherry or Peach Red & White Brand PINEAPPLE ORANGE Blue Bonnet Red & White Brand Fancy. Appl LB. Tender CARROTS Cello Bag White Seedless GRAPES 19c Chunk Style Green Label Slarkisl Tuna 6 !4-oi. Cans Pillsbury's Flour 5 47c Heinz Strained Baby Food Mail in 12 Labels and receive $1.00 Refund Jars Northern Tissue 8 Rol,s 69c Kerr Canning Supplies Reg. Size Kerr Mason Lids 2'° r 31c Kerr Caps 12 33c French's 4-oz. Can Lb. Can 37c 79c Black Pepper Crisco 3 Sunshine Krispy Saltines lb. Box 29c Supreme Cocoanut Choc. Drops or Pecan Sandies Cookies JERRY'S SUPERETTE 497 East Berrien IN GALESBURO PETE'S MARKET 788 North Seminary St. IN ONEIDA H&J GROCERY EVANS GROCERY 632 South West St. IN LONDON MIMJ C & R MARKET IN ABINGDON KRONSTED'S MARKET IN KNOXVUXE MEL SAYRS' SUPER MKT. IN WATAGA Anderson's Market

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